A snowstorm knocked out power to thousands of New Hampshire customers Sunday morning.
The storm, which is expected to drop up to a foot of snow on parts of the state, has been accompanied by winds of about 10 mph, according to the National Weather Service.
As of 11 a.m., about 2,300 Public Service of New Hampshire customers in the Merrimack/Strafford County area were without power.
Unitil reported about 150 customers in the Concord region were without power as of 11:20 a.m. Unitil reported no outages in the Exeter area at that time. Exeter was expected to get 4-9 inches of snow by Sunday night.
The National Weather Service issued a winter storm warning for Exeter, predicting the town would get 4-9 inches of snow. NWS had predicted 3-7 inches earlier Sunday.
State police urged drivers to stay off the road if possible during the storm.
The Exeter Police Department also posts storm-related information on its Twitter account
Here are some other Exeter-area storm resources:
- Police Department: 603-772-1212
- Fire Department: 603-772-1212
- Public Works Department: 603-773-6157 (603-772-1212 in emergencies)
- Comcast: 1-800-266-2278
- Al's Automotive Towing: 603-778-8158